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MATLAB PROGRAMMING A Primer for the Process Engineer
Why using MATLAB? MATLAB is a mathematical computational software tool with a substantial potential as a mathematical programming language as well. MATLAB stands for "matrix laboratory" and MATLAB's basic element is the matrix.

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Introduction to MATLAB
This book is an introduction to two subjects: Matlab and numerical computing. This ¯rst chapter introduces Matlab by presenting several programs that inves-tigate elementary, but interesting, mathematical problems. If you already have some experience programming in another language, we hope that you can see how Matlab works by simply studying these programs.

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MATLAB TUTORIAL
Matlab (MATrix LABoratory) is an interactive software system for numerical computations and graphics. As the name suggests, Matlab is especially designed for matrix computations: solving systems of linear equations, computing eigenvalues and eigenvectors, factoring matrices, and so forth. In addition, it has a wide variety of graphical (visualization) capabilities, and can be extended through programs written in its own programming language. An introduction to some of the most useful features of Matlab is given in the following sections. The best way to learn to use Matlab is to read this while running Matlab, trying the examples and experimenting.

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MATLAB FUZZY LOGIC TOOLBOX TUTORIAL
>> help fuzzy Fuzzy Logic Toolbox. Version 2.0.1 (R11) 16-Sep-1998 GUI editors anfisedit - ANFIS training and testing UI tool. findcluster- Clustering UI tool. fuzzy - Basic FIS editor. mfedit - Membership function editor. ruleedit - Rule editor and parser. ruleview - Rule viewer and fuzzy inference diagram. surfview - Output surface viewer. Membership functions.

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MATLAB Programming Style Guidelines
Advice on writing MATLAB􀂓 code usually addresses efficiency concerns, with recommendations such as “Don’t use loops.” This document is different. Its concerns are correctness, clarity and generality. The goal of these guidelines is to help produce code that is more likely to be correct, understandable, sharable and maintainable. As Brian Kernighan writes, “Well-written programs are better than badly-written ones - - they have fewer errors and are easier to debug and to modify -- so it is important to think about style from the beginning.”

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Introduction to Computers and Programming using C++ and MATLAB
Introduction to Computers and Programming, is intended to give you an exposure to, and a chance to practice, algorithmic thinking. It does so by asking you to actually solve problems using algorithms. This may be di erent from other courses that you have taken, because we do not tell you exactly how to solve the assigned problems. Rather, we provide you with tools that will allow you to solve them and some examples of how problems are solved. But you must creatively assemble the solution yourself.

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